Hand #47: Randolph Spain opened for 125,000 in middle position, and he heard James Miller announce himself all in for his last 645,000 or so chips. Spain snap-called with his , and big slick was dominating Miller's .
Every poker game needs a little sweat, and we got ours with two spades on the flop. Miller now needed any spade or ten in the deck for salvation, but the turn () and river (} did not cooperate, sending him to the payout desk in 7th place.
With the win, Spain pushed over the 3.5 million chip plateau, and as he is seated to the left of chip leader Kenneth Lind, there may be more fireworks to come.